This email is to let you know that Sla Industries has been listed on Hotfrog, your U.K business directory. HotFrog U.K gets over 4.4 million page views every month*, and is designed so that our business and product listings regularly get the best position in the major search engines results on sites like Google and Yahoo!
Your listing details are –
London N3 1XW
Couple of things wrong there - apart from not being a real life company I - nor anyone connected with the SLA IP ownership - has ever lived at postcode N3 1XW! I've lived in other N3 postcodes but never ending in 1XW.
Our listing appears here.... http://www.hotfroguk.co.uk/Companies/Sla-Industries
Please can you remove the listing for SLA Industries on your website. It is a fictional company for the role-playing game SLA Industries that we publish – not a real life company.
Many thanks for removing this and keeping the integrity of your site based in the real world and not fiction.
Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd
Publishers of SLA Industries, Victoriana, Starblazer Adventures, QIN: The Warring States and the Doctor Who Role Playing Game
Anyway, the Estate Agent called and said they might be coming over later with some people to view the house. Thus I need to run the hoover round whilst Ray cleans the kitchen and then tidy up my bedroom and office to some sembalance of order. Atleast I can claim that all the boxes are because I'm packing to move out!
Better cut this oen short and get on with things.
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